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Do standard model particles actually exist or merely usefully describe behaviors of a medium?

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Why do electrons absorb and re-emit photons?

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What is meant by unitary time evolution?

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Many-worlds: Where does the energy come from?

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Is time emergent from quantum entanglement?

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A question about electric fields and one of their formulas

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Why does taking work from a system not reduce its entropy?

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Why isn't vacuum permittivity zero?

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A confusion about why can't a statistical mixture be modelled as a superposition of pure states?

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Concept Definitions In Physics eg. $W=\int \vec{F}\cdot d\vec{x}$

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Why does violet light bend the most?

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What is probability amplitude and why is it complex?

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Can you please explain the statement in the David Morin's Classical Mechanics?

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Are longer lives more likely in Everettian multiverse?

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When and why are we allowed to treat a rigid body as a point mass?

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Heat death in eternal inflation

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Quantum made easy: so what *is* quantum mechanics all about?

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What do positions in Schrodinger Equation mean (Remember: the particle never has definite position)?

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Are mass or inertia the same thing, the same properties?

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Noether's theorem, energy and time invariance

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Mass and Expanding Space

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Particles vs fields

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Quantum Mechanical description of friction and temperature caused by friction

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What is difference in Dirac Notation for probability and Probability Density in Quantum Mechanics?

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Resistance in fluids

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Definition of Entanglement

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Is the classical relationship between energy and momentum valid in quantum physics?

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When moving a charge across an equipotential surface, why is the net force zero?

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Geometry and integral laws of physics

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How exactly does the curvature of space-time cause objects to "fall" into another object